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FOX News
May 18, 2013 9:00pm EDT
the obama white house i give her even more credit. no one in this administration knows anything. hello and welcome to "justice." i'm he judge jeanine pirro. thanks for being with us tonight. now, the president didn't know that the inspector general was investigating his irs for targeting political enemies. the president didn't know anything about his justice department seizure of associated press phone records. the attorney general didn't know anything about his department's subpoena of ap records. but then again, holder is the one who didn't know anything about fast and furious either. and, of course, hillary didn't know anything about the request for help in benghazi. and joe biden, well, he just doesn't know anything about anything. so who is running this joint? i'm convinced my mom could do a better job. this week on full display the white house reeling after revealations that the irs targeted political enemies and the justice department engaged in the wholesale seizing of press phone records. so what to do? >> we are out there trying to hunt down the folks who carried this out and
CNN
May 14, 2013 10:00pm PDT
questions about what's going on in the obama white house, how much they knew. the administration is saying they knew nothing about this irs scandal at all, correct? >> that's right. they said that jay carney, the white house spokesman, said the counsel's office found out a few weeks ago that the inspector general was doing this investigation at all but you're absolutely right. what this does is feed into an already existing huge problem with the american people, that is that they simply don't trust the government. that's obviously the basis for this country. but it has really gotten so much worse recently and the fact that you have these two issues, you have the government effectively spying on and taking records from journalists, and then of course, the irs which has never had the greatest reputation in the world. it's definitely a double whammy. >> and already this administration is actually going after more classified leaks than basically all recent administrations combined. >> that's right. i don't fault them so much on that, and i must say in their defense, none of these scanda
NBC
May 20, 2013 3:30am EDT
washington scandal since water game the reputation of the obama white house has gone from sketchy to sinister. they don't look jerky now, they look dirty. the patina of high-mindedness the president enjoyed is gone. i have to say, peggy, what you don't talk about here is an administration for a man that you work for who led the iran-contra scandal with iran, the secret war and lied to congress and all the rest. overstatement here? >> i don't think so. i think this is -- what is going on now is all three of these scandals makes a cluster that implies some very bad things about the forthcomingness of the administration and about its ability to at certain dramatic points do the right thing. and i got to tell you, everyone can argue about which of these things is most upsetting, but this irs thing is something i've never seen in my lifetime. it is the revenue gathering arm of the u.s. government -- >> peggy, wait a second. >> -- going after political -- >> richard nixon specifically directed people to investigate and audit people. of course we've seen if t in our lifetime. >> but this is
MSNBC
May 15, 2013 4:00pm PDT
understand this issue, the allegation has been that somehow the obama campaign, the obama white house, manipulated this to not say it was involved with terrorists. if you use the e-mails, it is clear they thought right to that week that it was a spontaneous demonstration that evolved in, it they used the word. evolved into the attack. then there was the mortar attack. i don't think it covers the state department with any glory, that's for sure. >> let me go to chuck todd for the last word. the politics of this thing from the beginning, was it protecting the secretary of state? was it protecting donlan? the one thing absent in all this discussion are name of principals. they're not in this discussion. it is already demts saying the building leadership. these weird references to their bosses. i have to assume going up to that "meet the press" day when susan rice was getting her audition to be secretary of state, there was an intense interest from the president on down in how good a job she did and i thought she did a hell of a job as a political warrior. >> there was politics involved h
FOX News
May 19, 2013 2:00pm EDT
running mate trying to unseed president obama. do you believe, do you believe that the white house purposely misled the american people on benghazi to try to beat you and mitt romney and win the election? >> i don't know the answer to that question. so i'm not even going to speculate. that is what good oversight does. that is what this investigation is all about. which is why did they continue to perpetuate the story which they knew was not true you and what was the reason for doing so? so rather than make a conclusion before an investigation has been completed i think we just need to investigate this for the sake of good government. this is what the legislative branch does. that is what the separation of powers is all about, accountability of the executive branch by the legislative branch. i don't want to speculate as to why and what they did until we have all of the information. i think what we know right now is that they were misleading. >> chris: we have less than two minutes left, congressman. when you look at all of the scandals, irs, the subpoena of the ap records, benghazi
MSNBC
May 16, 2013 1:00pm PDT
republican party. this is about the action of the obama administration and the characters in this white house in this administration who have done these things. any attempt to blame it on the republicans is a false narrative. the question should be, martin, why are the obama officials doing these things? why did they do these things? we deserve to have an answer. >> ron christie, i wish we had more time. as you and i both know and joy know, the obama administration has not been involved in any direct terms. and we await the investigation and the outcomes. >> oh, sure. >> thank you for joining us, ron. >>> next, with so much so-called scandal, what is a congress to do? you guessed it. time to vote yet again to repeal the affordable care act. we're losing count here. >> i also think it's important for the president to be honest about the culture of intimidation that his administration has created here. there's no honest policy disagreement with this administration, and as a result, it's created this culture of intimidation that's pervasive throughout the white house and the federal govern
FOX
May 20, 2013 5:00am PDT
were aware during the presidential campaign. the white house maintains president obama was not notified of the investigation. the white house also says some republicans on capitol hill were aware of the investigation. but nobody spoke up during the election campaign because of a cardinal rule. >> because when you are dealing with a nonpartisan entity like the irs you want to have an actual independent investigation before you make allegations. >> reporter: the house of representatives held its first hearing into the irs last saturday. the senate holds its firsting into the irs tomorrow. who is on deck to testify when i see you next hour. live in washington kyla campbell ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a new government study shows a rise in the number of american children with mental health disorders. 13-20% of u.s. kids under the age 18 has mental disorders. >>> los angeles is the latest city to investigate a las vegas hospital accused of patient dumping in california. the l.a. city attorney's office is looking into whether the hospital dumped patients across state lines. the san fran
FOX News
May 18, 2013 12:00am EDT
suggested if obama's white house counsel new for days, week and didn't tell the president, the person in this case a woman, be fired. do you agree with that? >> absolutely. i think that is a dereliction of duty the men we heard about this -- the minute we heard about this scandal we knew it was really bad news and the general counsel obviously knew that as well. it he sit on it? did he let anybody know? i don't know. >> sean: is there a time table problem when shulman testified there is absolutely no targeting when in fact we now know and learn today that when said that they knew otherwise? >> i mean the testimony he gave today was completely absurd. >> sean: miller versus shulman i'm saying. shulman testified in march of 2012 there was no targeting. >> that is demonstrably untrue. he has to come up there and explain. >> sean: more questions than answers. why do you think benghazi is not as big an issue? i have more questions on that as well. >> if you are looking at this from the scope of this, the ultimate importance for the nation, benghazi is far more important. the first assassin
NBC
May 19, 2013 5:30pm PDT
tonight, thank you. >>> after a turbulent week for the obama administration, the white house went on the defensive today. though the president himself steered clear of the controversies. nbc's peter alexander has the latest. >> obama, obama! >> reporter: with the president addressing graduates at the historically black morehouse college in atlanta today, no mention of the convergence of controversies still brewing in washington. still, the white house is aggressively responding, calling accusations of mismanagement offensive and absurd. on the irs issue -- >> there is no question that republicans are trying to make political hay here. >> reporter: a senior advisor speaking out on all five sunday morning talk shows. >> when they want to do when lacking a positive agenda is try to drag washington into a swamp of partisan fishing expeditions trumped up hearings and false allegations. we're not going to let that happen. >> reporter: president obama's team promising accountability at the irs. still, republicans aren't satisfied. >> there is a culture of intimidation throughout the administrat
MSNBC
May 20, 2013 11:00am PDT
incompetency. the danger for the obama white house is that they want to be able to do some big things and implement the health care law to be able to push for a comprehensive immigration reform while using the power of the government to do these things and having -- even if you say they were bureaucratic mess-ups and folks that don't do their job well and this does erode the public's trust in the government when you are the party in charge of the executive branch and when you're the party that wants to do big thing with the government and even though it's not a completely fair characterization and we're talking about millions of federal employees and there were some people who were screwing up from time to time, but that is the one danger, particularly if this story doesn't reach the scandal level and doesn't have president obama's finishinger points on it. >> i want to read you something that you first highlighted reading by joel klein in the "time" magazine, it can be and argued that the president is to blame for lousy management. why haven't the democrats proposed a full-scale review o
MSNBC
May 17, 2013 11:00am PDT
started out that way. then the chairman dave camp sort of pressed on tying the irs to the obama white house and this idea of when exactly was it known that the irs was dealing with these conservative groups and targeting them in an improper way. they admitted that it was back in may of 2012 and still told congressional investigators, nothing improper was going on. listen to the defense that mr. miller put forward in the hearing room today. >> as commissioner, i want to apologize on behalf of the internal revenue service for the mistakes that we made and the poor service i provided. i think what happened here was that foolish mistakes were made by people trying to be more efficient in their workload selection. the listing described in the report while intolerable, was a mistake and not an act of partisanship. >> so there mr. miller claims it was not an act of partisanship. a lot of folks on the republican side disagree that statement saying why the heck were some of these liberal groups not held up the same as the conservative groups were. miller stepped back. he was it through a lot of this
PBS
May 18, 2013 12:30pm PDT
trying to tie it to president barack obama linking the white house to somehow ordering or winking and nodding to the agency to conduct these and you have democrats at the hearing pointing out that there was a bush a point tee as the -- appoint ian the inspector -- appointee and the inspector general said there was no evidence of political by as which was a bone -- bias which is a bone headed reason and it truly looked like a political party and i think it is an explanation as to why they singled out that phrase and other phrases. the real scandal is the 501c4 which claims to be welfare social organizations and they are not supposed to be doing that type much activity and a lot of folks use this designation and they are just under half of their behavior which is political. it is a stupid way to fur retaliate out these -- way to tell lynn wait these groups. >> do you know several wrote to the internal revenue service requesting if not demanding that the internal revenue service focus on the tea party. >> well, there is a lot of 501c4 privileges but the taint of partisanship comes in a s
FOX News
May 12, 2013 5:00pm PDT
standdown orders although all the arrows seem to be getting closer and closer to the obama white house. >> are you concerned there is concerted effort to make this seem like it was unfortunate incident and that nobody really is responsible that it was just one of those days that everything went wrong? >> well, sure, if you look at jay cancery's performance yesterday, the white house spokesman where he explained away how, you know, talking points that said this was terrorism, this washe ansar al sharia, al qaeda affiliate in libya. this was clearly an attack on america's ambassador by terrorists islamist. how he tried explain that away. clearly there is a coverup here clearly just a fiction being written hopefully is catching on to it though. >> talk about what probably happens within the state department and the people who work there when they see people above them running for cover t and essentially saying if there was any blame it's those folks down there at the lower levels. does that lessen the confidence of people in our state department and makehe them think hey, i'm on my own do
CNN
May 18, 2013 8:00am PDT
the scene in a moment. >>> and the irs scandal is just one of the problems facing the obama white house. could there be legal fallout? our legal guys will be weighing in. >>> and did you already get your powerball ticket? the drawing for the $600 million jackpot is tonight and everyone wants a shot at it. but what are your odds? >>> we begin with that devastating commuter train crash in connecticut. ntsb investigators are now on the scene. the collision last night injured dozens of people and it's creating quite the night -- nightmare for commuters. susan, what is happening there right now? >> reporter: investigators from the national transportation safety board are on site and they are fanning out to take a closer look at this accident scene, which they said covers about 200 yards or so, so the length of two football fields. we're talking about two commuter trains. one going eastbound from new york heading to new haven, connecticut, and the other one going in the opposite direction. the first one derailed a little after 6:00 in the evening at the height of rush hour on friday night whe
CNN
May 14, 2013 1:00pm PDT
gymnastics from the obama administration today. the white house and the justice department turn on the full spin cycle in the middle of a scandal pileup. the world lead. at first it read like james bond but the more we hear the more it sounds like austin powers. the russians say they've caught an american spy and, hey, they've got the wigs to prove it. >>> and the pop lead. she is one of the most beautiful actresses in the world. the camera has always loved every inch of her but angelina jolie today revealed that she's forever altered her famous body to head off a deadly disease. >>> the politics lead. a brutal, brutal day for the obama administration. white house press secretary jay carney and u.s. attorney general eric holder both tangled with the press this afternoon, and it was rough. after benghazi, the irs scandal, and now reports that the justice department covertly seized reporters' phone records both had a lot of explaining to do. carney got hammered. >> president obama is being compared to president nixon. how does he feel about that? >> in every instance either the president
MSNBC
May 15, 2013 11:00am PDT
that this was specific to the agency, this did not go into the obama white house or any other political folks in the white house, in the administration, but it probably doesn't have legs is a huge political scandal that we're going to be talking about for months and months. >> thank you very much, mark. i greatly appreciate you coming on with the "first read." >>> the same jury that convicted jodi arias of first degree murder now hearing testimony on whether she deserves the death penalty. live pictures of arias crying in court. well let's get you ready. very nice. you see these various colors. got workshops every saturday. yes, maybe a little bit over here. summer's here. so are the savings. not bad. more saving. more doing. that's the power of the home depot. get special buys on select toro products, like this self propelled mower just $274. thto fight chronic. osteoarthritis pain. to fight chronic low back pain. to take action. to take the next step. today, you will know you did something for your pain. cymbalta can help. cymbalta is a pain reliever fda-approved to manage c
MSNBC
May 14, 2013 7:00am PDT
. good morning, everybody. our agenda next hour, trifecta of trouble. president obama's white house under siege on three fronts. facing allegations of using intimidation tactics in the wake of scandals involving the irs, associated press and again gazy. will the growing up roar kill the traction of moving his second term agenda forward? this is not the first time the irs has faced heat for targeting a group it suspected of being a little too political. i'll talk with civil rights pioneer julian bond about the 2004 speech that prompted the irs to probe the naacp. >>> one of the most famous women in the world making this daring medical decision. it's having an impact far beyond hollywood. what does it mean for women facing the same choice? we'll talk about that and much more at the top of the hour. 30? 20? new purina one beyond has 9. the simplified purina one beyond. learn more about these wholesome ingredients at purinaone.com her long day of pick ups and drop offs begins with arthritis pain... and a choice. take up to 6 tylenol in a day or just 2 aleve for all day relief. all aboard. ♪
MSNBC
May 17, 2013 10:00am PDT
in the obama white house. and i think that in the second term they have become even more insular than they were in the first. >> the white house counsel's office has been beleaguered with all of these extraneous issues when they really need to be focused on vetting and getting the nominations up to the hill. you have a whole state department with barely any assistant secretaries. you have the second and third-ranked officials, all vacant in so many different departments. >> but the idea of being a little slow to respond when there's a big controversy, we saw this all the way back to the 2008 campaign. that the obama team, now maybe it's that they're thoughtful and that would be a good thing. but i think when controversies erupt. it almost seems to take them some criticism that they're not responding before they're finally galvanized into doing so. does it matter? it took them a couple of days to get going in response to this trio of controversies. but now they are. you've seen them very active in the last 72 hours about it. maybe that's fast enough to take control of a situation
FOX News
May 15, 2013 9:00pm PDT
. >> well, you'll see the light at some point. >> sean: there's a cloud covering the obama white house. >> the beckel cloud has opened up, and beckel can see the cloud. >> sean: amen. thank you, guys. when we come back, still ahead tonight, rhines priebus and senator lindsey graham will be here to react to the breaking developments in the news today. plus the irs's enemy list went beyond targeting conservatives. michelle malkin is with the all business purchases. so you can capture your receipts, and manage them online with jot, the latest app from ink. so you can spend less time doing paperwork. and more time doing paperwork. ink from chase. so you can. [ wind howling ] [ engine revving ] ♪ [ electricity crackling ] [ engine revving ] [ electricity crackling ] ♪ [ electricity crackling ] all stations come over to mithis is for real this time. step seven point two one two. rify and lock. command is locked. five seconds. three, two, one. standing by for capture. the most innovative software on the planet... dragon is captured. is connecting today's leading companies to places beyond
NBC
May 19, 2013 6:30pm EDT
the obama administration, the white house went on the defensive today. though the president himself steered clear of the controversies. nbc's peter alexander has the latest. >> bomb! bomb! >> reporter: with the president addressing graduates at the historically black morehouse college in atlanta today, no mention of the convergence of trofrz sti controversies still brewing in washington. the washington is aggressively responding calling this aggressive and absurd. on the irs issue -- >> no question republicans are trying to make political hay. >> reporter: a senior advisor speak out. >> when they want to do when lacking a positive agenda is try to drag washington into a swamp of partisan fishing expeditions and trumped up allegations. >> reporter: president obama's agency promising a top-down review. >> there is a culture of intimidation throughout the administration. it is no wonder that the agents and the irs sort of get the message. the president demonizes his opponents. >> reporter: but gop leaders concede there is no evidence the white house ordering the targeting of conservati
FOX
May 18, 2013 10:00pm PDT
on another barack fundraising swing by president barack obama. the white house says the president will attend a pair of events on the peninsula june 6th to raise money for democratic candidates for the u.s. senate. tickets for a reception in palo alto start at $2500. sitting down for dinner with the president in portola valley will cost more than $32,000. >>> apple co-founder steve wozniak told cal grads to seek personal happiness and not wealth. they face a tough job market, but as ktvu's christien kafton told us that they were encouraged to look beyond statistics and find fulfillment. >> reporter: with the thundering beat and the sun beating down, cal's graduating class of 2013 filled memorial day stadium. today's commencement address was the last for outgoing chancellor birgeneau. >> how does it feel? >> i have loved being chief financial and administrative officer, but looking forward to being a profession. >> apple cope founder steve wozniak, deceased addressed the crowd. and formaldehyde kutv internal and current cnn white house correspondent brianna keilar. >> fight to foll
CBS
May 16, 2013 5:30pm PDT
described in that i.g. report are unacceptable. >> pelley: mr. obama didn't seem to answer the question of whether anyone at the white house knew but in fairness the question he was asked had five parts and covered a variety of subjects. another i.r.s. official was forced out today. he was the head of the division that examined the tax-exempt status of these political groups. nancy cordes is following all of this for us on capitol hill. >> reporter: the president's firing of steven miller, the acting head of the i.r.s., drew praise from both parties, but lawmakers want more. democratic senator tom udall. >> there's no doubt the people that are writing me, the people that-- in america have watched this feel a sense of outrage and they should be outraged. they're outraged; i'm outraged. >> reporter: house speaker john boehner called for criminal charges. mr. speaker, when you say that people should go to jail are you talking about the front-line managers who came up with this inappropriate criteria or are you talking about the top brass who didn't admit what happened to congress?
FOX News
May 14, 2013 11:00pm PDT
scandals you talk about. obama himself or the white house and the press. the press ignores claims from the tea party for three years that they were being targeted by the irs. the press gave obama a pass on benghazi for seven months, yeah, they get four pinocchios but seven months after the facts haven't changes. press is connected because they are outraged because they were targeted. that is only reason they are all united now. >> eric: it's interesting it's never president obama's fault. benghazi wasn't their fault. solyndra wasn't his fault. irs is not going to be his fault. >> bob: president of united states that they ordered it? >> eric: i'm suggesting that the president knew about all these things. >> bob: that is very serious allegation. >> it goes back to my point. he is unfit and incapable of managing and maybe inexperienced. >> eric: why would the irs purposely go after conservative groups. >> bob: i guess there were liberals in the organizatio >> eric: because they wanted the accolades of finding out information on conservatives. >> bob: i would need to suggest this is someth
CNBC
May 16, 2013 4:00pm EDT
bill daley, before serving as president obama's white house chief of staff from 2011 to 2012. daley held discussions with organizations pushing for that split. the topic of discussion, source of the group's consternation, and whether a kproepgs at this stage of the vote is at all possible. one person familiar president matter said that it was communicated that it was too late to broker a deal. the vote, of course, is next tuesday. now, as public opinion starts to gel ahead of it, daley not the only jpmorgan alum coming to dimon's defense. larry bosserty did so this morning here on cnbc. >> i can't help but think it's misdirected and misguided. if you take a look at the history of what's happened since dimon's been there, he navigated through the shoals of the 2008 financial collapse without any problems, they didn't have a loss quarter, they didn't need t.a.r.p., they took it to be a team player, and therefore they've had three record years of earnings, a return better than most. >> less than a week to go before the vote. today, jpmorgan shares hit a 52-week high. kelly? >> kayla, i
FOX News
May 16, 2013 10:00am PDT
with this gets within a thousand cubic feet of the white house or president obama, this goes from bad, to very, very dire. he is drawing a very clear perimeter there, yes, we didn't know anything about the inspector general's report, but does not go to the question about what about the targeting of your political enemies by this federal agency. >> megyn: now on the question of benghazi, the president tried to get out in front of that before he begin speaking and said, he is calling on congress to fully fund budget requests for embassy security. this is one of the lessons of benghazi, he is suggesting. now charlene lamb the state department employee and one of the only people that have been held accountable. she got a two week administrative leave. she testified before congress. question was refusal to provide more security because the state department kept denying for security. state department were begging for security and ms. lamb said no. so was the refusal caused by budget cuts? no, was her answer and then this exchange with darrell issa. >> ms. lamb, yesterday you told us in test
WETA
May 18, 2013 6:00pm EDT
white house. i do not know if there is. when obama was asked, can you assure us no one in the white house knew about this, his answer was, i did not know about the ig report until i read about it last week. he was asked about the scandal, not the ig. he gave the most narrow answer you could have. all i am saying is that it opened a lot of questions. >> as i followed the story, we learned about the existence of the inspector general's report, the treasury department on the irs. that had not been released. there was a reference made to it earlier. i can understand the president not knowing about this. he would have been ill-suited to get into the details. the law is clear about the white house separating them from the irs. >> what goes on in cincinnati that they felt they had to target the tea party? >> these are the questions that demand answers. everybody that headed these agencies, they are a presidential appointee. eric holder is a very personal friend of the president. the irs commissioner, who was asked from the george bush administration was kept there by president obama. the q
FOX News
May 16, 2013 6:00am PDT
, the obama campaign, combined with the obama white house that has create adult turf intimidation, of hard ball tactics against their political own points. it is not just the irs. it is nlrb went off boeing for moving their facilities from washington state and south carolina. there will be other cases i will talk about in days to come. there is connection they have create adult turf intimidation where this type of behavior is rewarded, modeled and quite frankly in my opinion encouraged. >> they're on offense on this. and as i said they want to distance themselves from this act. they made sure the acting head of the irs resigned. what are you going to do in your capacity to try to prove that there is a connection goes higher up the food chain on this issue while they're trying to make sure ifb believes there is absolutely not? what will you do to try t prove that? >> number one i will continue to talk about the culture of intimidation. how this white house and administration love to demonizes their opponents. they're not contents to debating the merits of issue. they want to create tha
MSNBC
May 17, 2013 8:00am PDT
the administration can say that it's separate from the white house. obama's come out and has been so angry at the irs. the benghazi thing seems to be isolated, not going directly to him. on the a.p., he is all for it. he is not apologizing. it is the one that is most in keeping with his character where you can argue that going after leakers, prosecutor leakers aggressively is something that he has made clear to everybody in his administration that he thinks ought to be done. the administration has twice as many of the leak prosecutions as previous ones and it's the one where you see people doing what he wants them to do. >> david, you said that you feel that the a.p. situation isn't really going to resonate with americans. certainly it is going to resonate with the american press internationally, as well. but why do you think that the press is always accused of loving president obama. >> i think the white house will tell you they don't feel much love from the press since he has been elected. the issue about the a.p. investigation is that we in the media feel this is a direct threat a
CBS
May 18, 2013 6:30pm EDT
the investigation until last week. it's the first evidence that someone within the obama administration knew about the white house was told of the federal investigation. republican congressman aaron schock serves on the house ways and means committee which oversees the i.r.s. >> we don't have any reason to believe at this point that it was anybody outside i.r.s. directing them to do this. obviously, there's been claimed claims that the white house might have been involved and other groups. i don't have any reason to believe that. >> reporter: he says the i.r.s.' behavior was criminal, claiming it hurt the ability of creativity groups to fund raise, and that limited their influence. >> until we know who it was responsible for the activities, we need to continue to investigate. >> reporter: a six-month-long investigation by the inspector general failed to pinpoint exactly who made the decision to subject some applications to extra scrutiny. marcus owens ran the tax exempt division at the i.r.s. for 10 years. is it that hard to figure out who is doing what at the i.r.s.? >>
CNN
May 14, 2013 6:00am PDT
. he visited a memorial in copley square with deval patrick. he met with president obama at the white house yesterday. >>> and next hour, prince harry will tour the jersey shore. he wanted to get a first-hand look at the devastation left behind by superstorm sandy and meet survivors before his trip ends tomorrow. chris christie will be his tour guide. the mayor spoke to poppy harlow a moment ago. >> it shows people across the country that this town was hit relatively hard, considering what happened and his presence alone should -- >> reporter: it is important that prince harry is coming here today? >> absolutely. i think any time you can get a positive story on the rebuilding of what we're doing in seaside heights, let the people get a visu visual aid of what's going on. >> seven months since sandy and i have seen it around here. a lot of progress has been made, but a lot of work to be done. does this help a lot in putting new jersey, the coast, back on the map in terms of the aid that many argue is needed here? >> i would hope it does. not just for seaside heights, i like the way you
MSNBC
May 19, 2013 12:00pm PDT
something. talking about mr. obama's perhaps perhaps resulting from the way that he runs his white house. saying in part, "obama came into office promising op openness. from counter terrorism to domestic policy his white house has been secretive, insular and controlling." republicans are bent on destroying obama's presidency but an aloof president has alienated his democratic allies. chris, how much has the president's -- how much has his demeanor, how much has his approach to governing contributed to some of this? >> well, i mean, that's a pretty harsh, you know, rebuke of the president, in terms of his style. i mean, i kind of take a little bit of a different take. my perspective as a democrat, i believe and we believe the government can do good things. it can make people's lives better if you create the right policy, and you target it well, and you implement it well, and i think the mistake that we've made sometimes in government, and this is true for both republicans and democrats, is we don't make -- we don't make sure that when that policy is adopted and being implemented tha
CBS
May 20, 2013 4:00am PDT
services targeting the conservative groups. the white house insists president obama learned about the action when it was reported on the news, but this morning some lawmakers are saying a special council may be needed to get to the bottom of the controversy. sharyl attkisson reports. >> reporter: according to testimony at a congressional hearing on friday he knew about the irs investigation a year ago but an obama provider dan pfeiffer said they knew about it for over a month. >> are you telling me a wisp of this didn't get over to the white house during an election year that there may be something going on over at the irs that we ought to find out about? >> yes, i'm telling you that. the first that the white house was made aware of it was from the treasury department a few weeks ago, not the details of what happened, not the results of the investigation but that an independent investigation was about to go on. >> if the president was so upset about this when he found out about it, why did he wait three days to say anything. >> because -- what we wait for were the facts. >> reporter:
Current
May 16, 2013 3:00am PDT
all this week. hasn't been a good week for the obama white house. but they did release the e-mails on benghazi to try to put that to rest. they did fire the acting head of the i.r.s. make no mistake about it, he was fired. he didn't resign. steven miller. tried to put that one to rest and they asked chuck schumer to reintroduce the media shield law to show that they really do love reporters after all. after having subpoenaed the department of justice subpoenaed the phone records of "the associated press." did that do the trick? that's the question. 1-866-55-press. back to your comments in just a minute. how about this? on identity theft this story out of massachusetts a man stole tens of thousands of dollars from his former girlfriend while she was suffering from cancer. he now has to pay $64,000 back to her daughter once he gets out of prison. used his girlfriend's identity to open credit cards up in his own name. another case of identity theft. another reason to go out and get protection against it. like lifelock ultimate. the most comprehensive i.d. theft protection ever made an
PBS
May 13, 2013 5:00pm PDT
the white house. they discussed a proposed peace conference on syria. obama said it's essential to bring representatives of assad's government and opposition forces to the negotiation table. >> together we're going to continue our efforts to pressure on the assad regime, to strengthen the moderate opposition and to prepare for a democratic syria without assad. >> russian leaders have long provided support for their allies in syria. cameron traveled last week to visit with president putin. john kerry held separate talks in moscow with russian foreign minister. they agreed to set up talks between the government and the opposition by the end of the month. but u.s. state department officials say the conference is unlikely to take place until at least next month. twice already looks set to do so again. sharif served as prime minister in the 1990s, he's expected to return to power after his party won the most votes in a general election. election officials say they've counted nearly 60% of the vote. sharif's party has secured many seats. former cricket star turned politician ran at the a
PBS
May 13, 2013 4:00pm PDT
"bbc world news america" reporting from washington. barack obama meets david cameron at the white house. the two promise to step up pressure on syria. the question is how? it's back to the future in pakistan as nawaz sharif celebrates the prospect of becoming prime minister for a third time. ♪ >> and he sings, he tweets. is there anything this astronaut can not do? cris gets ready to return to earth. we look back on his amazing journey. >> welcome to our viewers on public television in america and around the globe. winston n commufrpbl churchill used the term special bond. speaking at a press conference, president obama and prime minister cameron fielded tricky questions on the issue of domestic politics, but on the issue of syria they showed a united front. >> this was a warm-up meeting before the gate -- the g-8 gathering the british prime minister will host in june. >> they hope to kick offer negotiations towards an e.u.- u.s.a. trade pact. syria's history says david cameron is being written in the blood of its people. a transitional government is required that can win the consent
CNN
May 14, 2013 2:00pm PDT
us. so what's the danger here, if there is one, for the obama white house? >> wolf, we covered the white house together for a long time. yes, it's only may 2013, but 2014, the six-year presidential itch election, what they call it. you have benghazi, the blossoming irs scandal which has legs that could last for months. you have the questions about the department of justice. so you know now you have an emboldened republican party. you just heard congress marn chaffetz. you have a republican party keep asking questions, keep demanding witnesses. now a new criminal investigation, the hill wants more answers on that. you have an emboldened republican party. the flip side and the other risk is, now you're starting to see democrats say we want answers from the irs. we're not certain what's going on in this administration. we think the president should be tougher and act faster. if you get emboldened republican party and democratic drift, if they start drifting from the president, remember, the last two years of the george w. bush administration, rising opposition to the iraq war, katrina
CNN
May 19, 2013 3:00am PDT
billionaire could be in the hot seat this week. a major supporter of barack obama has been nominated by the white house to become commerce secretary. her hearing is scheduled for thursday. poppy? >> paul, thanks so much. >>> coming up, a brand-new cnn poll on president obama after quite a week for the white house. how is he doing in his second term? find out more later this morning on "state of the union" with candy crowley that begins at 9:00 a.m. eastern. >>> when it comes to advice, television host wendy williams holds nothing back. you're going to see from her the good, the bad, the uncomfortable. if you have questions for wendy, she has answers. i had a chance to sit down with her, speak with her about a lot of different issues. the book, raising her 12-year-old son, the women's movement, what does she think? take a listen. >> ask wendy. sixth book? >> yep. >> why write it now? you said it's the easiest book you've written. >> easiest book because the book is made up of letters that wendy watchers have sent me from all over the country. they sent me their toughest questions and
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